Nice banking pose and eye contact, Holger.
Pretty amazing the way they are in almost perfect synchrony. Also the hunched back lines up with the curves of the clouds in the background.
I have certain doubts about the post processing of this image:
Thats very nice Greg. Nice pose and perch.
Great light on this Quail. Congrats.
Hi, Martin, and welcome to BPN! You've certainly come to the right place to learn. For help on long lens technique, you might want to check out this thread:
Cool! Congratulations, Kerry!
Thanks everyone. I appreciate all the comments and feedback.
Enrique, to my eye the detail in your repost looks a bit overcooked, perhaps
Thank you Shawn. I hadn't noticed those smudges. I did remove a piece of grass that was sticking out behind his head, but missed those spots. Thanks
Gee Roman, I'm sorry if you feel insulted. I thought that I was responding to a question that you brought up and no one seemed to answer. If I insulted
One of my best shots up to now.
Mother and calf having a fresh morning drink.
Hope you like it.
P.S.: I hope the issue with the
Canon 1D MKIV * Canon 800 5.6 * f/6.3 * 1/1600s * ISO 200 Berlebach/Sachtler.
This is one of a couple of Hybrid Crows (Hooded & Carrion cross) that have been breeding in Dorset Uk for quite a few years.
With its bald scaling head and wart-covered neck this an ugly bird! But I still enjoyed watching it fly over me.
It is classified as an
This Sandhill Crane flight image was created with the Gitzo 3532 LS carbon fiber tripod, the Mongoose M3.6 head, the Canon EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM lens,
I seldom toot my own horn, maybe because I have few opportunities, but I wanted to share this cool event. Through my affiliation with the AKA (American
I thought it would be cool to actually make a texture instead of just applying one, so I thought of this image. It started as an in-camera multiple exposure
I was handholding my 300mm F2.8 in portrait mode on a perched eagle when he took off right at me and I just fired away..
From Yellowstone last winter!
Camera Model: Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Copyright: © D.Robert & Lorri Franz
Shutter speed: 1/2500